Technical Program

210: Novel Effects in Metamaterials

Session Type: Oral
Time: Tuesday, July 9, 08:00 - 11:50
Location: International North
Session Chairs: Nader Engheta, University of Pennsylvania and Thomas Weldon, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
 
210.1: GRAPHENE-BASED HYPERBOLIC METAMATERIAL
         Mohamed Othman; University of California, Irvine, United States
         Caner Guclu; University of California, Irvine, United States
         Filippo Capolino; University of California, Irvine, United States
 
210.2: FARADAY ROTATION IN MICRO- AND NANO-PATTERNED GRAPHENE METASURFACES
         Arya Fallahi; DESY-Center for Free Electron Laser Science (CFEL), Germany
         Julien Perruisseau-Carrier; École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland
 
210.3: NOVEL NONLINEAR CHIRAL METAMATERIALS
         Alexey Slobozhanyuk; Laboratory Metamaterials/NRU ITMO, Russian Federation
         Pavel Belov; Laboratory Metamaterials/NRU ITMO, Russian Federation
         Mikhail Lapine; CUDOS, School of Physics/University of Sydney, Australia
         Ross McPhedran; CUDOS, School of Physics/University of Sydney, Australia
         David Powell; Nonlinear Physics Center/Australian National University, Australia
         Ilya Shadrivov; Nonlinear Physics Center/Australian National University, Australia
         Yuri Kivshar; Nonlinear Physics Center/Australian National University, Australia
 
210.4: SURFACE ENHANCED GYROELECTRIC SYMMETRY BREAKING IN DIPOLE RADIATION
         Fereshteh Abbasi; University of Pennsylvania, United States
         Arthur Davoyan; University of Pennsylvania, United States
         Nader Engheta; University of Pennsylvania, United States
 
210.5: STRONG OPTICAL MAGNETISM AND FANO RESONANCES IN ASYMMETRIC PLASMONIC METAMOLECULES
         Francesco Monticone; Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, United States
         Andrea Alù; Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, United States
         Xiaoqin Li; Department of Physics, United States
 
210.6: SUBSTRATE-INDUCED BIANISOTROPY COMPENSATION IN OPTICAL METAMATERIALS
         Zhi Hao Jiang; The Pennsylvania State University, United States
         Douglas H. Werner; The Pennsylvania State University, United States
 
210.7: NONRECIPROCAL PASSIVE METASTRUCTURE WITHOUT MAGNETIC BIAS
         Ahmed Mahmoud; University of Pennsylvania, United States
         Arthur Davoyan; University of Pennsylvania, United States
         Nader Engheta; University of Pennsylvania, United States
 
210.8: NONRECIPROCITY BRINGS NEW FEATURES TO ULTIMATELY THIN ABSORBERS
         Younes Radi; Aalto University, Finland
         Victor Asadchy; Aalto University, Finland
         Sergei Tretyakov; Aalto University, Finland
 
210.9: PERMEABILITY AND PERMITTIVITY EXTRACTION ISSUES FOR NON-FOSTER AND ACTIVE METAMATERIALS
         Joshua Shehan; University of North Carolina at Charlotte, United States
         John Covington; University of North Carolina at Charlotte, United States
         Varun Kshatri; University of North Carolina at Charlotte, United States
         Thomas Weldon; University of North Carolina at Charlotte, United States
         Ryan Adams; University of North Carolina at Charlotte, United States
 
210.10: ON BANDWIDTH OF TRANSMISSION-LINE-BASED AND INCLUSION-BASED NON-FOSTER ENZ METAMATERIALS
         Silvio Hrabar; University of Zagreb, Croatia
         Igor Krois; University of Zagreb, Croatia
         Aleksandar Kiricenko; University of Zagreb, Croatia
         Ivan Bonic; University of Zagreb, Croatia